Order Selector/Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – May 18, 2018
I've been looking for work for 4 months now and glad I tried Belmar. My buddy told me about the work he did and told me to try it. The application and interview was easy. You apply online or just call then go in for paper work and a drug test. When I went the guy interviewing me got the hours wrong but figured it out while we were filling out paper work. It was fine. I got paid weekly which was nice. If you want to work and show up when you have to then you're good.
Lumper (Former Employee) – US foods Albuquerque New Mexico – May 2, 2018
I worked there the longest if your okay making 250 maybe 300 to 400 every Friday with a cut throat boss when nobody there even works or is professional go for it working 4 am to 2 even 330pm making Chump money All for u then
Not a good work environment, too much drama. The managers are unreliable, they do not look out for their employees, worked there for almost a year and was told i could not get a raise and they offered no benefits or vacation.
I️ am college graduate (Current Employee) – Schertz, TX – November 22, 2017
Work is enjoyable and I love to be involved in the activities that we create in order to make the day feel not as long. I enjoy my coworkers they are all beautiful people and I would never want to change my work environment.
If you have bills and a family Look for a different job.
Unloader (Former Employee) – Schertz, TX – July 22, 2016
Not organized. Didn't have a badge to get in and had to find people to let me in. sometimes I was late waiting on someone to let me in. Commission only. They play nothing but favoritism i could barley make 200 a week. unprofessional. They gave me a order to unload and completed it then gave me another and after unloading it they said I wasn't finished with my last order. i went back and they ADDED a PO to it and had to finish a whole truck. When I went back to my other truck they gave it to someone else. I made 60 dollars for the day after working 10 hours because the last truck I had ALL THE PALLETS FELL OVER and I had to re-stack every pallet while unloading and had to break it down after unloading.
Corporate Human Resources Manager (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – September 9, 2012
Human Resources Professional with over 14 years of comprehensive human resources experience including recruitment and retention, conflict resolution, employee relations and benefits administration. Proven experience collaborating with senior management to conduct Human Resources strategic planning in order to support and further corporate goals. Possess broad knowledge of human resources in a variety of sectors including profit and non-profit environments and Fortune 500 companies with a large number of exempt/non-exempt employees. Demonstrated experience initiating cost containment strategies resulting in significant savings. Excellent ability to address and implement strategic plans for talent acquisition, retention and succession planning.